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Fishing Report For Columbia

Excellent
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Inshore: Redfin Charters (843-277-5255) and Captain Rob Bennett (843-367-3777) report that January in Charleston is mostly about redfish and trout. In the clear conditions anglers should be able to locate big schools of redfish on low tide. Some days they
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Very Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Inshore: Captain J. Baisch of Baisch Boys Bait and Tackle (843-651-1915) reports that when water temperatures drop below about 52 degrees most of the trout will leave the lower end of the Grand Strand, but in January redfish and black drum will still be f
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Veteran tournament angler Stan Gunter of Greenwood reports that the bass pattern in January is largely dependent on the weather, and some years a crankbait fishes well shallow. When temperatures are cold and the water is relatively clear a jigging s
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Guide Brad Fowler reports that in January the best bet is to target deep water with drop shot rigs, blade runners, jigging spoons or football jigs. Underspins can also work well. Fish will be mixed between the main lake and deeper creek channels.Str
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Excellent
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Inshore: Captain Kai Williams (843-816-7475) reports that January is an excellent month for sight-fishing for redfish, and for at least the first part of the month fish should still be very active. They will take a variety of live and natural baits, with
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Fair
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Guide Charles Townson (864-324-2065) reports that in the cold of January fish will be caught very deep on Lake Keowee. Fishing with a jigging spoon is probably the best way to catch them.
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Joe Anders reports that on Lake Jocassee in January the fish will be deep, and they are mostly likely to be suspended in the channels or off deep points. The key to locating bass is finding bait, and they will take Alabama rigs, je
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Excellent
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Inshore: Captain Patrick "Smiley" Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that January offers some of the clearest, prettiest water of the year, and as a result it can be an excellent month for sight-fishing on the north end of the Grand Strand. Redfish will be grou
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Captain Brett Mitchell (803-379-7029) reports that in January fish will still be concentrating on shad, and just about anywhere you can find baitfish is worth fishing. Usually fish will still bite crankbaits and swimbaits, but if water temperatures
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Fair
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria reports that January can be a difficult month to catch bass on Lake Monticello, and fish are in something of a transition period. They may not be grouped up around deep bait as well as they were in late Novem
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Captain Brett Mitchell (803-379-7029) reports that in January fish will still be concentrating on shad, and just about anywhere you can find baitfish is worth fishing. Usually fish will still bite crankbaits and swimbaits, but if water temperatures
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Andy Wicker of Pomaria reports that the pattern in January will depend on water conditions, and if the water is dirty then throwing a crankbait around the banks is likely to be the most effective pattern. In clearer areas jigging a
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Guide Jerry Kotal (706-988-0860) reports that in January bass should still be caught deeper in the main lake and at the mouths of creeks. They will be caught on jigging spoons, drop shots and jigs.Striped bass: Guide Wendell Wilson (706-283-3336) re
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Josh Rockefeller reports that in January patterns will depend on weather conditions, but there should be a big group of fish in the creek ditches that can be caught on blade baits. There should also be a group of deeper fish out on
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: FLW fisherman Dearal Rodgers of Camden reports that in January fish will still be in steep areas with access to deep water, but with the spawn approaching they should start to feed up. Crankbaits, worms and jigs fished around rock should catch fish.
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Good
Thu, Jan 13, 2022
Bass: Tournament angler Reid McGinn of Fort Mill reports that in January the pattern will depend on weather and water conditions, but crankbaits, Alabama rigs and jigs should all produce. Birds can often indicate the best areas to fish.Catfish: Captain Ro
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Columbia

Open since 2006, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Columbia, SC is one of the largest Sportsman’s Warehouse locations, located near many different outdoor activity hotspots that we can point you to. National gunsmithing services are now available! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include whitetail deer, turkey, coyote, squirrel, rabbit, duck, mourning dove, geese, feral hog, alligator, and raccoon. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the legal limit. Common catches are bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill, sunfish, trout, gar, carp, and redfish (red drum). We also carry plenty of supplies for boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, camping, bow fishing, crabbing and shrimping. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. No matter what time of year, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the university football, South Carolina State Fair, Soda City Events, Palmetto Sportsman’s Classic, and bass fishing tournaments.